International Scholars Collaborative Opportunity for Research ExchangeFeb 16, 2023
Match the academic eagerness of CU Denver pre-health undergraduates with the abilities of distinguished international scholars at CU Anschutz Medical Campus and what do you get? The ISCORE program. Developed by the Office of International Affairs, the Graduate School, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the program offers a unique, friendly learning environment that teams undergraduate students in pre-health programs at the CU Denver campus with international researchers and scholars at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus to the benefit of both groups.
For the undergraduates, it’s a chance to learn first-hand about the exciting research that’s taking place in labs on the medical campus. For the international researchers, it provides regularly scheduled conversations aimed at enhancing English language skills. This unique cross-cultural environment fosters student success for the undergraduates and supports the international researchers’ effective integration into their labs and into American society.
Recruitment and pairing participants require an intensive 8-week process.
- Macular Degeneration (Korey Schneider)
- NETS and COVID-19 in Human Blood(Ryleh Rapplean)
- Prophylactic internal iliac artery balloon occlusion for management of placenta Accreta (Jocelynn King)
- Zebrafish as a Model Organism (Chloe Seibert)
- Basic Lab skills (Alexandra Poland)
- Confocal and STED Microscopy (Momta Bhujel & Candyce Seger)
- Immunology natural killer cells (Desiree Starzyk)
- Liver and Pancreatic Cancer (Michael Migut)